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Treasure Hunts in London

Explore what’s on your doorstep

Chingford Treasure Hunt

A London Village Treasure Hunt

Using the ClueKeeper mobile app, you can play self guided Treasure Hunts in London.





Step One

Download the free ClueKeeper app for your mobile device on the App Store or Google Play.


Step Two

Buy the Treasure Hunts in London self guided hunt


Step Three

The ClueKeeper app will give you the clues and provide hints.


Step Four

Once you have the answer, submit it on your smartphone or tablet. ClueKeeper will tell you where to go next.


Step Five

You can even use the hunts as walking tours using the skip answer function.


Only ONE person per team needs to download the ClueKeeper app and the Treasure Hunts in London quest to play.

Take care on the streets. An adult must accompany children. All Treasure Hunters participate at their own risk; the writers accept no responsiblity for for any accident, injury, loss or damage caused by participation in a Treasure Hunts in London self guided adventure.

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A mix of countryside and urban heritage.

This Treasure Hunts In London adventure combines discovering the history of the "urban" part of Chingford with a trip to the Epping Forrest countryside.

Chingford Treasure Hunt

The treasure hunt part of this adventure explores the urban part of Chingford, including the conservation area.

The town of Chingford began as a scattered farming community comprising of three forest hamlets. The Church on the Green established the prominence of the Chingford Green hamlet in 1844.

During Victorian times nearby Walthamstow and Leyton experienced a surge in urbanisation, but Chingford remained an agricultural parish until the arrival of the Great Eastern Railway.

You are encouraged to visit the listed buildings on the edge of Epping Forrest, as well as spend time in “The View” where you can learn the story of Epping Forest.